AP144| Volume 142, SUPPLEMENT 1, e89, September 2019

Advanced first medical aid (AFMA) by laypersons: The influence of a novel comprehensive emergency care device on time intervals for emergency treatment before arrival of EMS on scene

      Purpose of the study: Life threatening situations need urgent medical interventions to avoid further deterioration and cardiac arrest. First Aid by laypersons is focused on performing CPR including use of an AED. Until today the AED is the only medical device for emergency care by laypersons. We report first cases of using a novel device for Advanced First Medical Aid (AFMA) by non-experienced persons.
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